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Save the Children Finland (SCF) is a politically and religiously independent non-governmental
organisation founded in 1922. It fights for children’s rights in order to immediately and permanently improve children’s lives in Finland and all over the world. Save the Children Finland runs the Finnish Hotline (Nettivihje) which concentrates on the prevention of child sexual abuse online and on the removal of child sexual abuse material from the Internet, in order to protect abused children from further victimisation. The Finnish Hotline works in close cooperation with national and international partners, among them INHOPE and Project Arachnid by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, and actively advocates for children’s rights, especially in digital media.
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